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Importantly, tuition fees are subject to annual review by the University, and will increase each year of your period of study, effective at the start of each calendar year.
Commencing 1 January 2017, the Research Training Program (RTP) has been introduced by the Australian Government to support postgraduate research scholarships.
The Sydney Conservatorium of Music places a high emphasis on its research activity, with a vibrant and diverse community of staff and students.
The Master of Music (Performance) is a two-year full-time or four-year part-time degree which provides a unique opportunity to develop high-level skills in the production of research-based creative work in music performance.
Within the degree structure, candidates receive training in research methods and areas of study pertinent to their research, as well as one to one lessons that help further develop performative skills.
Candidates will learn to organise and present creative work (a recital, lecture recital, recording or other appropriate form) that demonstrates independence of thought, critical awareness and interpretative capacities, and high potential as a scholarly musician.
Candidates will be able to articulate the contribution which their performance makes towards extending the boundaries of the discipline of performance through such means as expanded stylistic or interpretative horizons, investigation of historical performance practice, development of new performance modes, relationships and techniques, or through enhanced critical, historical or analytical perspectives.
Please note that a student's award of, and continued entitlement to, the RTP Scholarship is subject to change consistent with Relevant Laws and University rules, policies and procedures (as may be amended and replaced from time to time).
The University determines the allocation of this Government support and the processes by which this support is managed.